2011 NBA Playoffs: Chicago Bulls Will Make Danny Granger Eat His Words

They say beggars can't be choosers.

You would think the Indiana Pacers, with a regular-season record of 37-45, would consider themselves lucky just to be in the playoffs. Well, Danny Granger apparently has another reason to be happy.

He said on NBA-TV that he is glad they are playing in the first round against the Chicago Bulls instead of the Boston Celtics. He said the Celtics are a better team than the Bulls, who finished with the NBA's best record (62-20, which happens to be Chicago's regular-season record in 1997-98, the year they won their sixth title).

Granted, there are a few "experts" on ESPN who feel the same way. But if Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau hasn't posted this on his wall for motivation, it's here on this blog.

As for you, Granger, I will just say this: Be careful what you wish for.

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